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The Promise of a Connected Earth

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Right now, on this day, at this point in time, connections are being made like never before. From people to cities to farms to everything in between, technology weaves through our connected world to bring us closer together, make us smarter… and help us solve some of the earth’s biggest environmental challenges. 

This Earth Day we’re taking a moment to think about how all of this technology can create a better tomorrow for our planet.

Kimberly-Clark: Why Sustainability Matters

As consumers and NGOs last year called for boycotts of products linked to deforestation and the haze crisis in Southeast Asia, Kimberly-Clark is one of the firms that emerged unscathed from the consumer movement.
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Sustainability: Strategies and targets

At Kimberly-Clark, sustainability strategies are set every five years and consist of specific targets under three ‘pillars’ – People, Planet, and Products. These involve investing in social programmes, reducing the company’s environmental footprint and innovating to extend the life of its products and packaging materials.  

"Xploration Station," Fox's Two-Hour Block of STEM Programming for Kids, Earns Two Emmy Nominations

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On March 24, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the nominees for the 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, and "Xploration Earth 2050" received two nominations, one for Outstanding Special Class Series and another for Outstanding Writing Special Class. The series, hosted by renowned artist and futurist Chuck Pell, is one of four shows comprising "Xploration Station," a two-hour blog of STEM-related programming airing on Saturday mornings on Fox TV stations.

2015 Bloomberg Impact Report Update

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Posted on bloomberg.com

The following post is from our founder Mike Bloomberg which originally appeared in the 2015 Bloomberg Impact Report.

Reflections on Laudato Si - Continued

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All of this block quoting of the Pope is pretty convenient. I mean, it shortens up what I have to write considerably. I promise you I’m not being lazy though. Pope Francis has some important things to say, so here’s your next quote (emphasis again my own).

Reflections on Laudato Si

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I think I was about ten years old when Greek and Roman mythology first caught my attention. I’ve always enjoyed good stories, and when you set those stories in distant lands a long time ago and add in a dose of supernatural powers, I’m likely to get sucked in. Heck, that formula worked pretty darn well with Star Wars (and no, I don’t intend to keep referencing Skywalker and Friends in nearly every post – this is the last one for a while, I promise).

Nat Geo Channel and Darren Aronofsky to Explore Life on Earth in Ambitious 'One Strange Rock' Event Series

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As part of its dedication to providing cutting-edge scientific programming, 21st Century Fox's National Geographic Channel has teamed with Academy Award-nominated director Darren Aronofsky for One Strange Rock, an event series exploring the conditions that make Earth the only planet known to sustain life.

Patti Harris: On Climate Change, COP21 and Public Art

Bloomberg Philanthropies
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Originally posted on The Huffington Post

By Patricia Harris - CEO of Bloomberg Philanthropies 
 

Mike Bloomberg: Why Municipalities Are the Key to Fighting Climate Change

By Michael Bloomberg
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Although history is not usually taught this way, one could argue that cities have played a more important role in shaping the world than empires. From Athens and Rome to Paris and Venice to Baghdad and Beijing, urban ideas and innovators have left indelible marks on human life. By concentrating the brainpower of humanity in relatively small geographic areas, cities have promoted the kinds of interactions that nurture creativity and technological advances.

Addressing Climate Change: Cities Lead The Way

By Antha N. Williams, Bloomberg Philanthropies Environment Team
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Climate change has no borders. It affects every region, every country and every community on the planet. So, how do we gather the will needed to address global climate change? The answer may be more local than you think.

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